Hello to all of you :)
I have been following this portal for quite some time then registered and tried to talk to some of you.
To be honest, this is my first post around here. I would like to know your opinion about my learning curve which in my case is very different. I have read articles of people doing one thing and moving to another after a big amount of time. Actually, I am not that person but I am trying to do my best.
I have seen a post of a girl who was a little annoyed that she is getting declined on a job interview, but people did leave her some suggestions. I think that it does take courage to leave such a post on such a big portal like dev.to
So I thought about sharing my problems and maybe getting any suggestions or action points from all of you :)
Let's go. I have started learning Linux quite some time ago but it was never a development operating system for me. I always have ended up installing the system on a virtual machine and doing apt-get update and apt-get install, leaving the machine un-touched and then removing it. Due to my passion for photography, I was always using Windows. Games where always the point of my interest.
Then I went to become an engineer. I had csharp at my University and even wrote some small projects in it. Mostly console application without any superb purpose. I have even written a calendar with sync for windows phones - it was that time when Nokia was bought by Microsoft.
I was learning csharp for quite some time but never used it commercially. I have worked for a company which did use a SharePoint with csharp but I was on the front-end with typescript and kendo.
Nowadays I went through a rough road and bought so many great books to start learning csharp from scratch. Created a big curve for my own development and started to push toward .net with all the possible knowledge I could get.
I work in the QA department, in a company where they make network hardware. Linux is the host environment I am using all the time and to say it louder I love it. I have become lazy to learn csharp but instead, I have learned rust, bash, and even python become my close friend with Tkinter GUI stuff to mess around.
Is this the wrong approach and should I leave the whole Linux stuff and come back to reading and learning csharp?
Or is it ok to stay close to Linux and sometime later try csharp again?
I would like to know if someone had the same road? Was it hard? or was it ok for you?
Did it take so much time?
I would like to hear some opinions and suggestions on this because going deeper with rust and python makes me feel a little (to be honest) overwhelmed.
Thanks in return.